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U.S. Should Welcome Refugees says JRS/USA in Response to SCOTUS Decision

The U.S. should welcome rather than fear refugees, including those from the countries named in the travel ban. Solidarity, not separation, is in our best instincts and interests.
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"The Future of Refugee Resettlement" at the University of Scranton

University of Scranton alumni discuss insights into international challenges faced by refugees, as well as local manifestation of refugee issues witnessed in the Scranton community.
Bishop Joe Vásquez
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USCCB's Bishop Vasquez Welcomes Decision of 9th District Court on Immigration Executive Order

We welcome the decision of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. We respect the rule of law and the American judicial process. We remain steadfast in our commitment to resettling refugees and all those fleeing persecution.